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4 Inch Blades

A 4” bladed knife will serve a person for most tasks. We make many outdoor knife models in this size category. When choosing between these, look at the shape of the blade and handle. It is largely a decision of personal preference. Do you like drop points or spear points? Which handle shape is more pleasing to you?

Kismet's Practical Hunter
Kismet's Practical Hunter

The Kismet's Practical Hunter is a game processing knife/skinner. It was designed by Kismet, from Bladeforums, and the first ones were made by Sarge.

Ladyfinger
Ladyfinger

The Ladyfinger knife's blade is 4" long with a 4.5" handle. This girl can handle anything that comes at her from game prep to bushcrafting.

Nessmuk
Nessmuk

This is a new redesign on an old favorite. Can handle skinning and kitchen work with its thin 4" blade. Has a 4.5" handle.

Recluse
Recluse

The Recluse is a bushcrafting knife with its 4" blade and 4.5" handle.

Scorpion
Scorpion

The Scorpion is another knife designed derived from the Sneaky Pete. While we’ve only made a few of these, we really enjoy the process and the finished results. It is definitely a light and fast sliver of pointy steel - and that is sexy in and of itself.

Sneaky Pete
Sneaky Pete

Designed as a dagger with a high convex bushcrafting kind of grind. Has a 4" blade and 4.5" handle.

Terrasaur
Terrasaur

The Terassaur is designed by Joe Flowers. Its got a 4.25” long blade and 4.5” long handle. It is a slightly drop point knife with plenty of belly. Joe is one of those guys that uses the hell out of knives. We’re glad to make this one. This knife is a no frills bushcrafter, a hard working tool.

Woodchuck
Woodchuck

With a 4.5" blade and 4.5" handle, the Woodchuck is a great utility knife in and out of the kitchen.